ED2018 3/5 REVIEWS

3/5 at Edinburgh Festival 2018 (Good)

REVIEWS FROM PAST FESTIVALS: 17 | 16 | 15 | 14 | 13 | 12 | 11

Browse 2018 reviews by TW rating: 5/5 | 4/5 | 3/5 | 2/5 | 1/5 | All




Sleeping Trees: World Tour (Sleeping Trees)
Alex Kealy: A Kealy's Heel (Alex Kealy)
Fin Taylor: When Harassy Met Sally (The Pleasance in association with PBJ Management)
Rory O'Keeffe: The 37th Question (Rory O'Keeffe / PBH's Free Fringe)
Michael Hackett: The Late Mike Show (Michael Hackett)
Mat Ricardo vs The World (Lee Martin for Gag Reflex)
In Loyal Company (Lab Rats)
Russell Hicks: A Fist Full Of Ideas (Russell Hicks)
Lead Pencil: Sex, Drugs And Toilet Roll (Lead Pencil)
Chris Henry: Around The World In 80 Dates (Chris Henry)
Other People's Teeth (Want The Moon Theatre)
Stuart Bowden: Our Molecules (NJC Presents)
Norris And Parker: Burn The Witch (CKP and InterTalent Group present)
Bennett Arron: I've Never Told Anyone This (Bennett Arron)
Polaris (Holly And Ted)
Narcissist In The Mirror (Rosie Fleeshman)
The Egg Is A Lonely Hunter (Lisa Richards)
The Story Beast: This Is Bardcore (Katie Storey Productions)
Sarah Keyworth: Dark Horse (Fight In The Dog in association with United Agents)
Joey Page: Perhaps Under Stars That Would Stretch Forever (An Idiot Explains The Universe In Under An Hour) (Rabbit Rabbit)
Athena Kugblenu: Follow The Leader (So Comedy and Broken Robot Productions by arrangement with Troika)
AnimAlphabet: The Musical (Hit The Mark Theatre)
Rachmaninov Vespers (Rock Festival Choir)
Struan Logan: Struan All Over The World (Struan Logan)
Nowt As Queer As Folk (Coast To Coast)
Fast (Digital Drama)
Fast (Digital Drama)19 August 2018

Looking For Lightning (Garth McLean - California, USA)
Deadline (QMTC)
Deadline (QMTC)19 August 2018

A Fair Tale About A Fairy Trade (Human Rongs)
Emma Sidi: Faces Of Grace (Berk's Nest in association with Curtis Brown)
Brain Rinse (Mike Raffone)
Solarplexus: An Alternative Energy Play (Project Mercury)
Seven Ways To Calm The F**k Down (3BUGS)
Power Play: The Empty Chair (Power Play Theatre and Polly Creed)
The Half Moon Shania (Burnt Lemon Theatre)
Elizabethan (David William Hughes)
Orpheus (The Flanagan Collective and Gobbledigook Theatre)
Power Play: Somebody (Power Play Theatre and Matilda Curtis)
No One Is Coming to Save You (This Noise)
Blackthorn by Charley Miles (InSite / West Yorkshire Playhouse)
007 Voices Of Bond (Night Owl Shows)
Stitch In Time: A Knitting Cabaret (Melanie Gall Presents)
Joan Baez: A Tribute By Miss Irenie Rose (Irenie Rose)
George Lewis: A Man, a Plan, A Girl With Fake Tan (George Lewis)
David Baddiel's Animalcolm (Story Pocket Theatre)
Signals (Footprint Theatre)
Private Peaceful (Scamp Theatre)
Jasper Red: Press Play (Natalie Walmsley)
Stevie Martin Vol 1 (The Pleasance)
Adrian Minkowicz: Tango Tales (Double The Bet / PBH's Free Fringe)
Kika's Birthday (Wizard Presents)
Status (Chris Thorpe, Rachel Chavkin, China Plate and Staatstheater Mainz)
Hunch (DugOut Theatre)
Camp Be Yourself (Box Theatre Company)
Geek (Infinity Repertory Theatre)
Christian Finnegan: My Goodness (Live Nation)
Entropy (Jennifer Roslyn Wingate)
Witches, Wee Folk And Watery Beasties (Dougie Mackay)
Timpson: The Musical (Gigglemug Theatre)
Duckie (Le Gateau Chocolat)
Fallen Fruit (Two Destination Language)
Casting Off (Sharon Burgess Productions and A Good Catch)
Jacob Hatton: Ozymandias (Jacob Hatton)
Edd Hedges: For Eva, From Forever Ago (RBM Comedy)
Entropy (Talon Theatre)
Alice Snedden: Self-Titled (Berk's Nest)
Waves (Alice Mary Cooper in association with Independent Arts Projects)
Don't Kill Your Darlings (Det Andre Teatret / The Other Theatre)
Splash Test Dummies (Underbelly)
Paddington's First Concert (Jimmy Jewell Limited)
David Kay (David Kay / The Stand Comedy Club)
Graham Dickson: Timber (Graham Dickson)
The Bear (Pins And Needles Productions)
Stupid Cupid (Unrestricted View / Liz McMullen)
Dangerous Giant Animals (Christina Murdock)
Sediment (Company 2)
Gráinne Maguire: I Forgive You; Please Like Me (Live Nation in association with Troika)
Courtney Act: Under The Covers (Courtney Act)
The Snow Queen (Theatre N16 and Eastlake Productions)